The Path to Creating New Habits Most of us would choose to take a well-worn path through the woods rather than blaze our own new trail because that takes work and time. It’s not easy, but there are times when a brand new pathway needs to be made to reach a new destination.
Transitions can be particularly challenging. Working in a health care sharing ministry where our daily mission is to connect people to a Christ-centered community wellness experience, we continuously find ourselves offering comfort, prayer, and sage advice on how to live well.
In this fallen world, it’s guaranteed that you know, have known, or will know someone who’s hurting. Maybe it’s a physical hurt — an acute sickness, injury, or chronic illness. Maybe it’s an emotional hurt — a loss, rejection, or broken heart.
Anyone who knows me well knows I am all about process improvement. I am a fixer! Whether it’s a work process or a better means to enhance the way systems need to operate at the grocery store, I am often offering my input into how things can or “should” function better.